I'm sure this question has been asked and answered many times before, but I couldn't find another thread, and all the Google results I found were talking about using null modem cables or the like to transfer data directly from an Apple II to something newer. My question is pretty simple: I just managed to get a 5.25" floppy drive working in a PC at work to read 17 year old disks (I can say many insulting things about XP, but it did recognize the floppy drive!), and I'm wondering if there's any way to use it to get disk images or some other more accessible form of data off a stack of floppies I have from my old //c. I assume they're in ProDOS format, which I also assume Windows can't read, but is there some app that can make a disk image from them, or will a straight-to-3.5" disk copy work so I can make an image of that with a Classic Mac? I ask, of course, because I want to play Ultima V and some other classic games on an Apple II emulator, but I need images of the old disks. I also have an LC with the Apple II personality card somewhere, which I'm pretty sure can be used to do this (with a ProDOS partition on the hard drive), but if there's a way to do it with this PC it'd be a whole lot easier than digging that thing out of storage and getting it running.